Health and Recovery
October 26, 2022
Dear God, good morning. I finally went to the doctor yesterday for a consistent cough for the past two weeks. Now I feel clammy, hot, and tired. The X-ray department took x-rays of my chest. Hopefully, I don’t have the Flu. I need to call Liz and cancel this upcoming trip to Albany, New York, for this coming Saturday, October 28. I feel weak and tired, but I can’t sleep. Please help me feel better, Jesus. Today, I need to rest before I get sick. Part of self-care is taking care of your health.
Today’s reading is about “What to do when you feel lonely?” I don’t feel lonely as much because I have you, God. I come to you each morning and feel closer to you each day. It brings me joy to write to you. God, Sometimes I can feel alone in a crowd of people. I went to see Fernando and popped into Club 24 in Malden, Massachusetts, for a Patriot Game.
It was overwhelming for me to stay; there were too many people, which is great for Club 24. I made chocolate and peanut butter fudge and brought it to the PotLuck dinner. Because there were so many people at Club 24, I left early. At least fifty to sixty people were there, and I had to—too many people in one place.
I really can’t write. I’m too weak. Please help me feel better, Jesus. I love you.